It wasn’t long ago that pundits and analysts predicted Windows Phone’s imminent demise, but it now looks like the platform may rise from the ashes and get unexpected support from up-and-coming Asian-based hardware manufacturers.
The LG G Flex might be a mere 24 hours away from breaking cover in the first couple of Asian markets, but at least one country on the continent will apparently be left waiting until February 2014.
HTC’s presence in the Indian mobile décor has always been fairly low-key, but the Taiwanese are hoping the Desire 501, 601 and 700 can turn things around.
A flurry of unreleased Nokia devices have been making the rumor rounds of late, including one allegedly powered by Android, but by far the most exciting of all crops up today, via the all-knowing Zauba Indian import tracker.
Indian mobile tech fanatics on tight budgets, rejoice, as we’re inching closer to Xolo’s release of the 5-inch mid-range Q1000 Opus.
The Xolo Play Tegra Note, one of the first Android slates to build upon NVIDIA’s reference Tegra 4 tablet, has been spotted on an Indian retailer website, with an extremely affordable price tag attached to it.
Karbonn’s upcoming flagship device, the Titanium X, looked fairly alluring ever since its first specs were revealed, but now that the list of features is (nearly) whole, it’s crystal clear the OEM will go after Samsung and Micromax, the two leaders of the Indian mobile market.
Karbonn’s already on-the-rise reputation in the Indian mobile landscape is about to get a new boost, thanks to yet another uber-affordable quad-core Android smartphone.
Xolo may not have any fancy ongoing Black Friday promotions for its crowd-pleasing smartphones, but the OEM that’s close to snatch Samsung’s Indian mobile crown has bargain hunters more than covered with a brand new dirt-cheap handheld.
Motorola has different plans for different markets in regards to Moto G’s rollout, as countries like Brazil and India are reportedly scoring the cheap powerhouse in a dual-SIM flavor, whereas Verizon US will be pairing the single-SIM with prepaid plans come Q1 2014.
Defying every price barrier known to mobile enthusiasts and pushing common sense to the limits, Gionee has announced the GPad G3 quad-core phablet in India, pricing it at an unbelievable $157 (Rs. 9,999).
Always a step (or several) behind competitors Samsung and Micromax as far as smartphone sales in India are concerned, Karbonn looks to finally break the rivals’ duopoly by rolling out a new flagship device dubbed Titanium X.
Xolo is at it again in its effort to become a real threat for Samsung’s Indian mobile business, this time rolling out a phablet dubbed Q2000 that touts mostly mid-end specs.
Say, do you by chance know what in the name of Android KitKat happened with the alleged Asus-made second-generation Nexus 10? I mean, all the signs pointed to the big guy chaperoning the Nexus 5 on its way to store shelves, yet the 10-incher is still not official.
India has launched its first space mission to Mars. The newly launched probe is currently in Earth orbit and will arrive on the red planet in September of next year.
India gets its first fully-subsidized deal from operator Reliance: zero down payment on iPhone 5c and 5s
Indian consumers looking to buy Apple’s iPhone 5c and 5s will soon be able to do so without the need to pay any upfront cost.
Anyone from India looking to make a solid deal on an Android handheld with cool looks, decent speed and spacious display? You’re in luck, because Xolo is on a roll and, following the Q600, Play, Q1000S and A500S, they’ve just introduced the Q900.
Have you ever wondered how much you’d have to pay to take a time machine for a quick ride if such a thing existed?
Micromax may still be short of Samsung’s Indian smartphone market share, but when it comes to branding strategies and product portfolios, the Canvas makers have certainly learned a trick or two from their Korea-based rivals.
Describing the ongoing partnership between smartphone and tablet manufacturer Xolo and SoC maker Nvidia as fruitful would probably be the understatement of the century, as a number of Tegra 3 and Tegra 4-powered products branded by Xolo have seen daylight of late.